Violations of urination


Urination or dysuria may result from too frequent urination or urinary incontinence (more common in children), an increase or decrease in the amount of urine, tenderness or difficulty in urinating, involuntary urination or the inability to completely empty the bladder, also a urinary retention or absolute human inability to Emptying with a full bladder.

Symptoms of urination disorder

  • Frequent urination.
  • Painful urination, pain in the bladder.
  • Constant release of urine dropwise.
  • Inability to completely empty the bladder.
  • Involuntary urination.
  • Night enuresis.

Causes of urination disorders

The causes of urination disorders depend on the nature of the disease. Sometimes they are mental: upset urination due to stress. In other cases - neurological diseases - a violation of the nerves, innervating the bladder, or CNS disease. Disorders of urination are characteristic of people suffering from Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases. They are also found in diabetic patients, which affects the peripheral nervous system. Violations of urination may also depend on congenital diseases (eg, bladder diverticulum) or trauma (for example, pelvic fractures).

Treatment of urination disorders

Urinary problems are treated by a urologist. However, depending on the reasons that caused the disorder, therapist, gynecologist or neurologist can conduct treatment. There are many ways and means of treating urinary disorders. Women in some cases helps the pessary (uterine ring), and drugs are prescribed, but sometimes the operation is inevitable.

If there is a violation of urination, do not self-medicate. It is important to establish the cause of the disorder. If a person due to illness is inclined to frequent or involuntary urination, he needs to wear special diapers or neutralize the odor of urine pants, which can be purchased at the pharmacy.

If there is a violation of urination, its recurrence or the protracted nature of this disorder, it is necessary to consult a doctor.

The doctor will establish an accurate diagnosis, and then proceed to treatment. For example, with difficulty urinating, he will perform a cystoscopy (see the bladder with a cystoscope) and find out if the prostate gland is not widened in the urinary bladder passage to the urinary canal obstructions urine outflow (for example, stones). Data on the possible cause of urination disorders also provide a measurement of pressure inside the bladder. If a person suffers from a nervous illness, the urologist can consult a neurologist. Having established the diagnosis, the doctor will prescribe the treatment, and if necessary, propose an operation.

Course of the disease

Violation of urination can occur in people of any age. In some cases, it progresses slowly, in others it is rapid. Bedwetting in children usually goes by itself during the growth of the child and the formation of centers of urination. In severe cases, medication is administered. Painful and frequent urination due to infection of the bladder, treated with antibiotics.

Are violations of urination dangerous?

Upset bladder can be a symptom of a serious illness, for example, a malignant tumor.

If urination is impaired, do not self-medicate, use diuretics. They do not contribute to the treatment of the underlying disease and can only aggravate the situation.

Pain is a symptom of many urological diseases. It often appears due to abnormal expansion, filling, tension of certain organs (bladder, ureters, kidneys). The doctor will determine the diagnosis by the nature of pain, localization and duration. The patient should clearly describe his feelings to the doctor.


1. Urinary tract infection
2. Urolithiasis disease
3. Uremia (urine poisoning)